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The Wolds Words Festival has provided an autumnal cultural fix for many years and this years festival was no different.  Once again the festival proved popular with an array of craft, heritage, literature and performances in Alford, Horncastle, Louth, Spilsby and other surrounding villages.  Magna Vitae once again worked closely with eleven community groups and organisations to deliver this years program as well as promote local events and activities.

The interesting and informative heritage talks such as ‘Louth a Lincolnshire Railway Centre’ and ‘The Landships of Lincoln’ celebrated the local area and highlighted the important role the Wolds and Lincolnshire has played throughout the years.  The Wolds Words program continued to include literature workshops which offered a range of topics which were well received by all that took part.

The festival had a unique mixture of craft workshops and classes from the consistently popular felting workshops as well as papermaking and willow crafts.  The craft workshops were hugely popular and had many sold out sessions.

Wold Words Festival 2018 dates

Magna Vitae are pleased to announce that the 2018 festival will take place between 1st and 31st October.  Thank you to everyone who was involved and participated in the 2017 Festival.  We hope to see you all again next year.

Did you attend the Wolds Words Festival 2017?

We would love to hear your feedback on any of the events hosted by this year’s Wolds Words Festival.  We would like to invite anyone who has attend any of the sessions in the 2017 programme to fill in a short survey.

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